Is it advisable to give the titles of the works in the literature review chapter of my thesis dissertation as I'm citing them?
In the publications and theses I have seen in my field (Computer Science), when discussing other work, there is usually just a numeric reference, with details in the bibliography, so you might read something like:
A new algorithm was introduced in  which addresses the issue of ...
But specifically in the literature review chapter, would it be better to give the full title of the work if you are going to review the work in a bit more detail, e.g. dedicating a paragraph or even subsection to a particular work?
With this proposal you might write:
Fantastic Functions and Where to Find Them  proposes a new algorithm to deal with...
I have read the interesting discussion in Do journal titles need to be included in a brief literature review in the introduction?, but there it was talking about journal titles and a section which was not a dedicated literature review. I am proposing including the titles of referenced works just in the literature review chapter (along with the numerical reference), but sticking to the usual terse convention in the rest of the thesis dissertation.